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[movies]PSBF 1.1 - openDemocracy
Public Service Broadcasting Forum Symposium
Keywords: Public Service Broadcasting; BBC
Downloads: 3
[movies]psbf1 - openDemocracy
public service broadcasting forum symposium panel
Keywords: BBC; ITV; C4
Downloads: 7
[audio]opendemocracy_podcast 250107 - openDemocracy
Wish you could hear as well as see openDemocracy? Well now you can! Listen to our weekly poDcast.
Keywords: opendemocracy, podcast, pilot, democracy, Isabel Hilton, Sidney Blumental, Alain de Botton, mp3, open democracy, Patricia Daniel, China dialogue, fat
Downloads: 2,534
[audio]Branko Milanovic interview - openDemocracy
The World Bank economist Branko Milanovic talks to openDemocracy about globalisation, inequality and labour mobility.
Keywords: opendemocracy, politics, democracy, Branko Milanovic, World Bank, economics, inequality, Gini coefficient, Cochabamba, Boloivia, Rachel Rawlins
Downloads: 378
[audio]opendemocracy_podcast 010207 - openDemocracy
Wish you could hear as well as see openDemocracy? Well now you can! Listen to our weekly poDcast.
Keywords: opendemocracy, podcast, pilot, democracy, Kamin Mohammadi, Tehran, Iran, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Isabel Hilton, gender, renga, mp3, open democracy
Downloads: 1,540
[audio]openDemocracy poDcast 120107 - openDemocracy
Wish you could hear as well as see openDemocracy? Well now you can! Listen to the first of our weekly poDcasts.
Keywords: opendemocracy, podcast, pilot, democracy, Isabel Hilton, Sidney Blumental, Alain de Botton, mp3, open democracy, Paul Rogers, Harun Hassan, Stephen Howe
Downloads: 3,279
[audio]openDemocracy poDcast pilot - openDemocracy
Wish you could hear as well as see openDemocracy? Listen to Isabel Hilton talking to Sidney Blumenthal, Alain de Botton interviewed and our picks-of-the-week in the first ever oD podcast.
Keywords: opendemocracy, podcast, pilot, democracy, Isabel Hilton, Sidney Blumental, Alain de Botton, mp3, open democracy
Downloads: 710
[audio]opendemocracy_podcast 080207 - openDemocracy
Wish you could hear as well as see openDemocracy? Well now you can! Listen to our weekly poDcast.
Keywords: opendemocracy, podcast, pilot, democracy, Iraq, President, politics, Ali Allawi, Siobhan O'Connell, Isabel Hilton, gender, renga, mp3, open democracy
Downloads: 4,293
[audio]From Vietnam to Iraq: Daniel Ellsberg interviewed - openDemocracy
Daniel Ellsberg pioneered modern 'whistleblowing' when, as a former insider, he revealed the Pentagon's classified, 7,000-page history of the Vietnam war in 1971. Why did he do it, and what lessons can he give to those troubled by the Iraq war today? Listen to Daniel Ellsberg's four-part interview with openDemocracy's Isabel Hilton.
Keywords: vietnam whistle-blowing ellsberg opendemocracy
Downloads: 826
[audio]opendemocracy_podcast 180107 - openDemocracy
Wish you could hear as well as see openDemocracy? Well now you can! Listen to the second of our weekly poDcasts.
Keywords: opendemocracy, podcast, pilot, democracy, Isabel Hilton, Sidney Blumental, Alain de Botton, mp3, open democracy, Jim Gabour, New Orleans, Maggie Gee, Babel, leg drain
Downloads: 4,321
[audio]Tortured language: the poetry of human rights - openDemocracy, Jack Mapanje
Listen to Jack Mapanje read Season's Greetings For Celia (BC) For transcripts and observations, please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=1&debateId=66&articleId=3035 Poem 2 in a 2 poem series
Keywords: democracy, open democracy, openDemocracy, Choman Hardi, Yang Lian, Jack Mapanje, human rights, poetry, Poet in the City, exile, Helena Kennedy
Downloads: 81
[audio]Tortured language: the poetry of human rights - openDemocracy, Choman Hardi
Listen to Choman Hardi read "My father's books". For transcripts and observations please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=1&debateId=66&articleId=3035 Poem 2 of a 4 poem selection.
Keywords: democracy, open democracy, openDemocracy, Choman Hardi, Yang Lian, Jack Mapanje, human rights, poetry, Poet in the City, exile, Helena Kennedy
Downloads: 48
[audio]Tortured language: the poetry of human rights - openDemocracy, Jack Mapanje
What is it like to live as a poet in exile from your people, your culture and your language? openDemocracy features a special audio of live poetry readings by Jack Mapanje, Yang Lian and Choman Hardi from an event organised by Poet in the City and Amnesty International. For transcripts and observations, please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=1&debateId=66&articleId=3035 Listen to Jack Mapanje read Skipping Without Ropes - Poem 1 in a 2 poem series
Keywords: democracy, open democracy, openDemocracy, Choman Hardi, Yang Lian, Jack Mapanje, human rights, poetry, Poet in the City, exile, Helena Kennedy
Downloads: 74
[audio]Tortured language: the poetry of human rights - openDemocracy, Choman Hardi
Listen to Choman Hardi read "At the border". For transcripts and observations please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=1&debateId=66&articleId=3035 Poem 1 of a 4 poem selection.
Keywords: democracy, open democracy, openDemocracy, Choman Hardi, Yang Lian, Jack Mapanje, human rights, poetry, Poet in the City, exile, Helena Kennedy
Downloads: 177
[audio]Idols & Insults: writing, religion, and freedom of expression - openDemocracy, Tariq Ramadan
openDemocracy presents the third of a series of audio features from the PEN World Voices literary festival. Tariq Ramadan speaks about writing, religion, and freedom of expression.
Keywords: PEN, opendemocracy, World Voices, Juan Luis Cebrian, Upamanyu Chatterjee, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Nilufer Gole, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Tariq Ramadan, Ian Buruma, idols and insults, open democracy
Downloads: 427
[audio]Tortured language: the poetry of human rights - openDemocracy, Choman Hardi
Listen to Choman Hardi read "Summer roof". For transcripts and observations please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=1&debateId=66&articleId=3035 Poem 4 of a 4 poem selection.
Keywords: democracy, open democracy, openDemocracy, Choman Hardi, Yang Lian, Jack Mapanje, human rights, poetry, Poet in the City, exile, Helena Kennedy
Downloads: 450
[audio]Idols & Insults: writing, religion, and freedom of expression - openDemocracy, Upamanyu Chatterjee
openDemocracy presents the third of a series of audio features from the PEN World Voices literary festival. Upamanyu Chatterjee speaks about writing, religion, and freedom of expression.
Keywords: PEN, opendemocracy, World Voices, Juan Luis Cebrian, Upamanyu Chatterjee, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Nilufer Gole, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Tariq Ramadan, Ian Buruma, idols and insults, freedom of expression, religion, open democracy
Downloads: 238
[audio]Tortured language: the poetry of human rights - openDemocracy, Choman Hardi
Listen to Choman Hardi read "My mother's kitchen" For transcripts and observations please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=1&debateId=66&articleId=3035 Poem 3 of a 4 poem selection.
Keywords: democracy, open democracy, openDemocracy, Choman Hardi, Yang Lian, Jack Mapanje, human rights, poetry, Poet in the City, exile, Helena Kennedy
Downloads: 173
[audio]Idols & Insults: writing, religion, and freedom of expression - openDemocracy, Nilufer Gole
openDemocracy presents the third of a series of audio features from the PEN World Voices literary festival. Nilufer Gole speaks about writing, religion, and freedom of expression.
Keywords: PEN, opendemocracy, World Voices, Juan Luis Cebrian, Upamanyu Chatterjee, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Nilufer Gole, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Tariq Ramadan, Ian Buruma, idols and insults, freedom of expression, religion, open democracy
Downloads: 130
[audio]Mardi Gras, 2007 - openDemocracy, Jim Gabour
"The carnival that keeps us sane after all this madness." Jim Gabour reports from New Orleans' big parade.
Keywords: New Orleans, Jim Gabour, openDemocracy, politics, democracy, FEMA, mardi gras, carnival, Hurricane Katrina, levee
Downloads: 805
[audio]Idols & Insults: writing, religion, and freedom of expression - openDemocracy, Ayaan Hirsi Ali
openDemocracy presents the third of a series of audio features from the PEN World Voices literary festival. Ayaan Hirsi Ali speaks about writing, religion, and freedom of expression.
Keywords: PEN, opendemocracy, World Voices, Juan Luis Cebrian, Upamanyu Chatterjee, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Nilufer Gole, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Tariq Ramadan, Ian Buruma, idols and insults, freedom of expression, religion, open democracy
Downloads: 7,108
[audio]Afghan revival - openDemocracy, Charlie Devereux, Reza
Amidst ongoing violence and fragile politics, how has independent reportage fared in post-Taliban Afghanistan? Charlie Devereux talks to world-renowned photojournalist Reza about his Kabul-based NGO Aïna and ambitions to construct a free Afghan media.
Keywords: opendemocracy, Taliban, Aina, Charlie devereux, reza, photography, Afghanistan, Taliban, NGO, politics, democracy, open democracy
Downloads: 522
[audio]Idols & Insults: writing, religion, and freedom of expression - openDemocracy, Juan Luis Cebrian
openDemocracy presents the third of a series of audio features from the PEN World Voices literary festival. Juan Luis Cebrian speaks about writing, religion, and freedom of expression.
Keywords: PEN, opendemocracy, World Voices, Juan Luis Cebrian, Upamanyu Chatterjee, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Nilufer Gole, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Tariq Ramadan, Ian Buruma, idols and insults, freedom of expression, religion, open democracy
Downloads: 335
[texts]Democratic Wealth: Building a Citizens' Economy - openDemocracy / Politics in Spires
'Democratic Wealth: Building a Citizens' Economy'' is a collection of essays that challenges the poverty of thinking around economic policy, particularly after the 2007 financial crash. It explores the renewed interest in republicanism and suggests this as a framework to shape an economy that serves the common good. It is a selection of articles from a series published by openDemocracy and Politics in Spires, a blog run by the universities of Oxford and Cambridge.The book is split into three par...
Keywords: Economics; Democracy; Wealth
Downloads: 38
[audio]Rethinking human rights: Luis Alfonso de Alba interviewed - openDemocracy, Isabel hilton,
Isabel Hilton, editor of openDemocracy, speaks to Luis Alfonso de Alba, president of the Human Rights Council.
Keywords: isabel hilton, openDemocracy, democracy, luis alfonso de alba, human rights council, un human rights commission, human rights
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[audio]Idols & Insults: writing, religion, and freedom of expression - openDemocracy, Hans Magnus Enzensberger
openDemocracy presents the third of a series of audio features from the PEN World Voices literary festival. Hans Magnus Enzensberger speaks about writing, religion, and freedom of expression.
Keywords: PEN, opendemocracy, World Voices, Juan Luis Cebrian, Upamanyu Chatterjee, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Nilufer Gole, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Tariq Ramadan, Ian Buruma, idols and insults, freedom of expression, religion, open democracy
Downloads: 134
[audio]Tortured language: the poetry of human rights - openDemocracy, Yang Lian, Peter Forbes
Listen to Yang Lian read 1989 in Chinese, and an English translation performed by Peter Forbes. For transcripts and observations, please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=1&debateId=66&articleId=3035 Poem 1 of a 3 poem series
Keywords: democracy, open democracy, openDemocracy, Choman Hardi, Yang Lian, Jack Mapanje, human rights, poetry, Poet in the City, exile, Helena Kennedy
Downloads: 89
[audio]Argumentative Indians: Amartya Sen and Salman Rushdie in conversation - openDemocracy, Amartya Sen, Salman Rushdie
openDemocracy presents the second of a series of audio features from the PEN World Voices literary festival. Two giants of south Asian culture, the Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen and novelist Salman Rushdie discuss democracy, migration and identity. For transcripts and observations, please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/arts-Literature/pen2_3520.jsp Part 2 of a 2 part audio.
Keywords: Amartya Sen, Salman Rushdie, PEN
Downloads: 894
[audio]Tortured language: the poetry of human rights - openDemocracy, Yang Lian, Peter Forbes
Listen to Yang Lian read "London" in Chinese, and an English translation performed by Peter Forbes. For transcripts and observations, please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=1&debateId=66&articleId=3035 Poem 3 of a 3 poem series
Keywords: democracy, open democracy, openDemocracy, Choman Hardi, Yang Lian, Jack Mapanje, human rights, poetry, Poet in the City, exile, Helena Kennedy
Downloads: 32
[audio]Tortured language: the poetry of human rights - openDemocracy, Yang Lian, Peter Forbes
Listen to Yang Lian read Shi Tao's poem "Pain, and an English translation performed by Peter Forbes For transcripts and observations please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=1&debateId=66&articleId=3035 Poem 2 of a 2 poem series
Keywords: democracy, open democracy, openDemocracy, Choman Hardi, Yang Lian, Jack Mapanje, human rights, poetry, Poet in the City, exile, Helena Kennedy
Downloads: 497
[audio]Tortured language: the poetry of human rights - openDemocracy, Yang Lian, Peter Forbes
Listen to Yang Lian read Shi Tao's poem "June, and an English translation performed by Peter Forbes For transcripts and observations please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=1&debateId=66&articleId=3035 Poem 1 of a 2 poem series
Keywords: democracy, open democracy, openDemocracy, Choman Hardi, Yang Lian, Jack Mapanje, human rights, poetry, Poet in the City, exile, Helena Kennedy
Downloads: 106
[audio]Ankelohe conversations - openDemocracy, Solana Larsen, George Marshall
From the "Ankelohe Conversations" in Germany Solana Larsen talks to George Marshall of the Climate Outreach and Information Network, about climate change and the oil endgame.
Keywords: opendemocracy, Ankelohe Conversations, Solana Larsen, Jeremy Leggett, George Marshall, Mark Lynas, climate change
Downloads: 998
[audio]Ankelohe conversations - openDemocracy, Solana Larsen, Mark Lynas
From the "Ankelohe Conversations" in Germany Solana Larsen talks to the Author of "High Tide: News from a warming world", Mark Lynas, about climate change and the oil endgame.
Keywords: opendemocracy, Ankelohe Conversations, Solana Larsen, Jeremy Leggett, George Marshall, Mark Lynas, climate change
Downloads: 401
[audio]From Vietnam to Iraq: Daniel Ellsberg interviewed - openDemocracy, Daniel Ellsberg, Isabel Hilton
Daniel Ellsberg pioneered modern 'whistleblowing' when, as a former insider, he revealed the Pentagon's classified, 7,000-page history of the Vietnam war in 1971. Why did he do it, and what lessons can he give to those troubled by the Iraq war today? Listen to Daniel Ellsberg's four-part interview with openDemocracy's Isabel Hilton. For partial transcripts and observations, please visit: http://www.opendemocracy.net/conflict-protest/ellsberg_3101.jsp
Keywords: Daniel Ellsberg, Vietnam, Pentagon Papers, Isabel Hilton, openDemocracy, Iraq, whistle-blower, truth, politics
Downloads: 632
[audio]Ankelohe conversations - openDemocracy, Solana Larsen, Jeremy Leggett,
From the "Ankelohe Conversations" in Germany Solana Larsen talks to the former chief scientist of Greenpeace, Jeremy Leggett, about climate change and the oil endgame.
Keywords: opendemocracy, Ankelohe Conversations, Solana Larsen, Jeremy Leggett, George Marshall, Mark Lynas, climate change
Downloads: 306
[audio]Morocco at the border: an interview with Yto Barrada / Morocco unbound: an interview with Yto Barrada - openDemocracy, Charlotte Collins, Yto Barrada
Part 2: the photographs Part 2 of a 2 part interview. For partial transcripts and observations please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/arts-photography/barrada_3551.jsp
Keywords: Yto Barrada, Morocco, Deutsche Borse Photography Prize, Strait Project
Downloads: 334
[audio]Isabel Hilton talks to Sidney Blumenthal - openDemocracy, Isabel hilton, Sidney Blumenthal
After the mid-term elections, what next for US politics? Sidney Blumenthal, openDemocracy columnist and author of "How Bush Rules", speaks in this exclusive interview with openDemocracy editor Isabel Hilton about the Democratic victory, the Republican trauma, and the Bush predicament now.
Keywords: Sidney Blumenthal, Isabel Hilton, opendemocracy, open democracy, politics, democracy, midterms, Bush, Republicans, Democrats, How Bush Rules, Senate, House of Representatives, climate change, Clinton
Downloads: 466
[audio]Carlos Fuentes interview - openDemocracy, Isabel hilton, Carlos fuentes
Carlos Fuentes interview
Keywords: carlos fuentes
Downloads: 279
[audio]John Lennon: Revolution in the head - openDemocracy, Richard Young, David Leaf
openDemocracy's Richard Young talks to David Leaf, writer and director of "John Lennon vs the US," a film about the Nixon administration's attempts to silence Lennon's anti-war message.
Keywords: opendemocracy, democracy, politics, John Lennon, President Nixon, David Leaf, Richard Young, Yoko Ono, The Beatles, John Sheinfeld
Downloads: 892
[audio]The Key to Memory: an interview with Elias Khoury - opendemocracy, Elias Khoury, Brian Hanrahan
"Literature is the way to deal with the human soul, to deal with our perception of life." Gate of the Sun, Elias Khoury's highly acclaimed epic novel is among the very first and few to address the modern history of Palestine. What inspired him to write it, and what are his hopes for peace in the Arab world? Listen to Elias Khoury's three-part interview with Bri­an Hanrahan. To read transcripts and observation, visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/arts-Literature/khoury_3462.jsp.
Keywords: opendemocracy elias khoury palestine arab literature
Downloads: 429
[audio]Morocco at the border: an interview with Yto Barrada / Morocco unbound: an interview with Yto Barrada - openDemocracy, Charlotte Collins, Yto Barrada
Over the last 15 years, the Strait of Gibraltar has become one of the main gateways for illegal immigration in north Africa. Yto Barrada's photographs, taken between 1998 - 2004, capture the temptations of leaving, and the unfulfilled hopes of escaping into Europe. Charlotte Collins talks to her. For partial transcripts and observations please visit Part 1: the background Part 1 of a 2 part interview.
Keywords: Yto Barrada, Morocco, Deutsche Borse Photography Prize, Strait Project
Downloads: 421
[audio]Argumentative Indians: Amartya Sen and Salman Rushdie in conversation - openDemocracy, Amartya Sen, Salman Rushdie
openDemocracy presents the second of a series of audio features from the PEN World Voices literary festival. Two giants of south Asian culture, the Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen and novelist Salman Rushdie discuss democracy, migration and identity. For transcripts and observations, please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/arts-Literature/pen2_3520.jsp Both parts of a 2 part audio.
Keywords: Amartya Sen, Salman Rushdie, PEN
Downloads: 2,207 2.00 out of 5 stars2.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Tortured language: the poetry of human rights - openDemocracy, Yang Lian, Peter Forbes
Listen to Yang Lian read "Banned poem" in Chinese, and an English translation performed by Peter Forbes. For transcripts and observations, please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=1&debateId=66&articleId=3035 Poem 2 of a 3 poem series
Keywords: democracy, open democracy, openDemocracy, Choman Hardi, Yang Lian, Jack Mapanje, human rights, poetry, Poet in the City, exile, Helena Kennedy
Downloads: 99
[audio]Imagining power: Carlos Fuentes interviewed - openDemocracy, Carlos Fuentes, Isabel Hilton
Part 2: literary imagination and democracy For transcripts and observations, please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=1&debateId=66&articleId=3258 Part 2 of a 2 part interview.
Keywords: democracy, open democracy, openDemocracy, Carlos Fuentes, Isabel Hilton, The Eagles Throne, Mexico
Downloads: 142
[audio]Guantanamo: the inside story - opendemocracy, Clive Stafford-Smith, Isabel Hilton
Hear Clive Stafford Smith, whose clients have been tortured, explain. For transcripts and observations please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=2&debateId=124&articleId=3055 Part 9 of a 10 part interview
Keywords: Guantanamo, Clive Stafford-Smith, Isabel Hilton, openDemocracy, democracy, black sites, abu ghraib, torture
Downloads: 218
[audio]The Key to Memory: an interview with Elias Khoury - openDemocracy, Elias Khoury, Brían Hanrahan
Khoury discusses the endlessly-debated question of literature's relation to politics. The ambiguities and complexities of literature are not the stuff of practical political life, yet the imaginative power of literature offers one of the few possible ways out of a deadlock of mutual non-comprehension. For partial transcripts and observations, plus an extract from Elias Khoury's book "Gate of the Sun", please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/arts-Literature/khoury_3462.jsp Part two of a three p...
Keywords: openDemocracy; Elias Khoury; Palestine; arab literature; gate of the sun
Downloads: 256
[audio]Guantanamo: the inside story - openDemocracy, Clive Stafford-Smith, Isabel Hilton
Hear Clive Stafford Smith explain. "Those three people were meant to stand up in court and say 'I'm guilty' just like in the days of Joe Stalin ... It's meant to divert your attention from the fact that Osama Bin Laden has never been caught". For transcripts and observations please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/xml/xhtml/articles/3055.html Part 6 of a 10 part interview.
Keywords: Guantanamo, Clive Stafford-Smith, Isabel Hilton, openDemocracy, democracy, black sites, abu ghraib, torture
Downloads: 2,575
[audio]America's secret prisons: Alvaro Gil-Robles interviewed - openDemocracy, Alvaro Gil-Robles, Isabel Hilton
The CIA is accused of operating "black sites" - secret prisons in Europe, using European airports for clandestine flights connected to the transfer of unacknowledged prisoners. Alvaro Gil-Robles, human-rights commissioner for the Council of Europe, tells openDemocracy's Isabel Hilton that this must stop - and that democrats cannot fight terrorism by abandoning their principles and values. For transcripts and observations please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/conflict-terrorism/torture_3059.j...
Keywords: torture, detention, CIA secret flights, European Convention on Human Rights, democracy, terrorism, Alvaro Gil-Robles, openDemocracy, Council of Europe, Isabel Hilton
Downloads: 271
[audio]Ankelohe conversations - openDemocracy, Jeremy Leggett, George Marshall, Mark Lynas
From the "Ankelohe Conversations" in Germany Jeremy Leggett, George Marshall, and Mark Lynas discuss climate change and the oil endgame.
Keywords: opendemocracy, Ankelohe Conversations, Solana Larsen, Jeremy Leggett, George Marshall, Mark Lynas, climate change
Downloads: 4,646
[audio]Guantanamo: the inside story - openDemocracy, Clive Stafford-Smith, Isabel Hilton
Hear Clive Stafford-Smith explain that the real problem is the secret prisons around the world and how the US based "catastrophic decisions" on false evidence obtained through torture. For transcripts and observations please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=2&debateId=124&articleId=3055 Final part of a 10 part interview
Keywords: Guantanamo, Clive Stafford-Smith, Isabel Hilton, openDemocracy, democracy, black sites, abu ghraib, torture
Downloads: 100
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